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Saving the Black Rhino: conservation in Namibia

Celebrate African culture and environmental conservation with the Namibia Tourism Board

The Namibia Tourism Board is hosting the annual Network Namibia evening to discuss the successes of environmental conservation and the protection of the Black Rhino. Proceeds from the evening will go to Save the Rhino Trust and Integrated Rural Development and Nature Conservation (IRDNC).

The evening will include talks from guest speakers Garth Owen Smith and Dr Margaret Jacobsohn, founders of IRDNC, as well as Simpson Urikhob from Save the Rhino Trust. The evening will also include a number of exhibitors, with stalls ranging from Namibian food, crafts and tour operators, to a display of historic Namibian artefacts. 

Price: £15

Date: 6th April 2011

Time:  18:00 – 22:30

Royal Geographical Society
1 Kensington Gore

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